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THB SPRINGFIELD NEWS
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER', 25,
Till Spring! Jew?,
41. C. DIMM, WALtE FftMNjfo
Editors and PublkKirs'
Published Every Monday and
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CAMP CREEK Ruby Crnbtrco
MAItCOLA AUdroy Lewis
THURSTON, Mrs. Walter Edmlston
WALTERVILLE. Mallna Morab
WEST SPRINGFIELD, Gladys Loo
DONNA Charles Heck
selling his wheat at a dollar a
,bvyghel when, ho puts tho seed
'into' tho .ground. Ho gets prices'
for his livestock that our fath
ers never; liad'heard of. Gener
al farm "produce and poultry and
eggs sell for good prices most
of the time. If the farmer enn't
make money these days there is
something the matter with the
When tho farmer Is getting
nil of those high prices for his
products who pays tho bills.
Why does tho sunshine in tho sum
mor When'" It is hot anyway, and' then
only Bhtnes part of tho ttino in tho
winter whon it Is cold?
Why do proht'a buy Porunn to euro
their Ills? 33 por cont alcohol.
It Springfield had tho prosldontlal
election business to settle, President I
Wilson wouldn't got a look In. We'd I
all hnvo to cross Fourth and Mnln
"SPRAY PEACHES NOW
ADVISES 0. A. C. MAN
Professor H. p p,a!J Ptholda.
1st, Talks on Ciute ami Pre.
ventlon of Blight
"Spray now," says profossor It, P,
llnrss, plant pathologist of tho Ore
gon Agricultural College, "and Califor.
nltt peach blight can bo provoiitod next
year." Professor Uaros was In tho
county for n short tlmo recently.
Tho Instructor's main point Is that
tho spraying to be offecttvo intuit tnko
plaeo4 beforo tho fall rains begin. Ho
The man who lives in tho city J streets with our hats off. Tho Ropubll- "Th0 1!,,,Bhl ,,uo l '"'"J
pays for the farmer's prosperity, cans aro up and coming. Why don't , - ' , ' 'e '
or tnoir noios ------ ---- - -
Member oTthe wflfam'ette Valley
ne inrmer uoius jho. t0 you lho ,a8t Uotnll nboul Ul0 bo nppliod Just as soon as tho fruit In
WIimi tho nriro of whp.it coos ' M0 Democrats come out
. , . . and start something. They might
up the price of flour goes high- ch a bnnncr botwccn Swnrt8. nm,
er. Tho farmer gets n high j McKlnzoy's fuclng east and havo tho
price for his beef cattle and I candidates making eyes at each othor.
linira lion Mm nrlrn nf mpnr. crops I
-i 1 r i,i.T o Ask tho street corner phllosophor,
an. j nuiu
monopoly over the American
sfontach. When .he demands
tifcti'brlSes for his products the
city folks have to dig, up tbtv
The city man, probably gets
higher wages than he-did for
merly. But he must have more
A CITIZEN'S HIGHEST DUTY
Six more weeks and the fall
campaign will be at Hn'enaV; the
x . '.ll ,1 ' 1 A!
votes wui oe cast, ana uie things now than he used to
didates elected and defeated. eats, liigher priced
flnUr o faxvr mnro linvc ronmin ' . 1 . . ' . .1 (
.i;v.. " " vivr -v food, he buvs better ciotninc,
cankering and gumming of twigs anil
worst ot nil, a blighting of next year's
buds, thus preventing a good crop tho
"Infections occur during moist
weather. Tho first fall spray should
Republicans may be ot the opinion
off and beforo tho rains start. Now Is
tho best tlmo. Use Bordeaux mlxturo
4-t-GO, and add resin soap sticker. 1)1-
Uiat there .was "coino llttlo grafting" . rections for making tlila may ba socur.
before the registration books
will be closed. Have you regis
tered? Are-ou going to vote?
"We usually Have the kind of
government (he voters want.
The efficiency ot the officers is
just the sort of efficiency the
In the United States no one
man can make kid; on one
man. can elpct officers; no one
man has greater rights of .citi
zenship than, the others. The
political party comes out with
victory which polls the greatest
riumb'er of single votes, this is
a. gbverment 61 tlje people, even
though there are some whoj
maintain, it is ruled by a. few.'j
If any one of usdiad the" govern
ing' of this Country to do it
would11 d&dbtless tfe' a. one-sided,
government. Most of us can
make recommendations for ik
We ali have an equal chance
at the polls. There is'a. presi
dent to. be elected; there are
representatives in congress to
be voted for; there are iniative
measure's to adopt or reject;
there are county officers to se
lect; there are city affairs and
officers to place in office. The
duty of the citizen voter is noth
ing to be made light of. Select
ing proper officers, passing
sober judgment on constitution
al amendments, and settling
charter amendments is not
A candidate will not make the
best servant of the public in
office just because he Is a Repub-i
llcan or because he is a Demo
crat. A political party is an or
ganization through which the;
candidate seeks office, but the
rjoliticajl party, does not require'!
that the candidate have any.,
qualifications Jiefore he. Is per
mitted to run for office.
THe qualification' of each
can$(fate . shAiuld" 'he seriously,
education, has the can.djida.te
had? Is he a successful busi
ness man? Is he seeking polit
ical office for the salary dr fbr
the service he can 'he to 'the
voters? Then there ai-e many
other questions that should be
settled before your ballot is fi
it is die duty of every citizen
to read thoroughly the pam
phlet sent out by the secretary
of state on the laws to be placed
on the ballot that affect the
state government. Each of
these amendments should be
voted for or against. The voter
should know why he votes for
the measure and if lie opposes
the measure he should .hayo a,
.1 " ' ' -i ' '
gQOa reaeo.n .ipr sq aomg,
Now Mr. Voter and Mrs.
Voter, too. D6n't fall to reg-
he must have gas and. electric
light, hot and cold water, a fire-
less cooker, an automobile, an!
Irrigated lawn, a big house with
hard wood floors. The cost of
living Is not so much higher
than it was years ago, the
trouble now-a-days Is that the
In the lato Democratic congress. Con
gress must keep -abreast of the times.
Grafting. scemB to bo an. essential to
the' business world how-a-days.
A dancing master in Now York has
announced that ho has a now "jitnoy
dance" which is niodoled after tho ac
tions of people who dodge tho jitney
on Now York Btroets. After all danc
lng may como In as a safety first
HUNTERS URGED TO BE CARE
Emphasizing tho destruction of prop,
erty 'and humnri life caused by care
less hunters, a warning Issued by the
od by writing to tho Oregon Agricultur
al college. Tho spray should bo ap
plied, so as to cover with tho grcutost
thoroughness tho twigs and buds. Tho
follago does not matter. It Is tho next
year's buds wo wish to savo.
"A later application should bo given
about November first. Uordoaux G-6-i
60 should bo applied, and tho sticker
may bo Included.
"Previous efforts of growors to con
trol peach blight have failed becnuso
of beginning too Into to prevent tho In
fections. Spraying can ouly provent,
MEMORIAL SERVICE8 HELD
HONOR OF E. C. WIQMORE
modern Arilerican faniily de- Forest Sen-Ice urges alt sportsmen on ! (Continued from page ono)
. ..... ... I tho Natlnnnl Forests to use tho trrent.! - -
manas more luxuries man our( .-. . .r v. i those meutlnKa was In tho First Christ-
- I est possible caro to provent forest fires 1 u 1C 1 hB u r .
fathers demanded Which has i and t0 nvoIA 8Uch accMnt8 a8 caU80l, Ian Church of Eugene and rosnlted
made the cost of living hicher. ! on,h nr pnpo nnnt.nr riaru nn n srotiX strength and blessing to tho
A PAYING PROPOSITION
- - ,
Do you smoke Prince Albert
or. Fatlmas, or dp ybu chey Star
qr.apear -rfeaa ernapsi you
don't use ahv of them. Mayfie
yoiuse a.djifent orand.. Any
way PAEe!rv Advertise
ments and the beautifully colorr
ed bill boards come pretty cldse
to makirigf y3ii tLi Telist, try sdm"&
q thp 8erenifrnS(8.f TJoesj,
PAY" TO ADVRTJ?, Askj
the American Tobacco .company
if any of those hundreds of
thousands of dollars spent in ad
vertising ever come back? Ask
them if those dollars ever come
back alone or if they bring other
dollars along with them.
Everybody doesn't smoke and
everybody doesn't chew tobac
co. Every living man and wo
man wears clothing and eats
tho Cabinet National Forest In Mon
tana last year.
Mr. Clark wasmlslaken for a bear
a careless 'hunter, who fired with
out waiting to bo suro what he was
sbootjp at, To shew that such acci
dents aro not uncommon iho warning
quotes an estimate of tho Dlologlcal
furyay .bQtweeQ. ipO and 20d, persons
aro annually killed, In hunting accl
Uto , in .this countrj- and thaf. this
nmbc b (crslngy Fpcthornofo,
itstfd',i4 per cent of all tho forest
fires In tlxe. Natlpnal Forests, are caus-.
e by, careless, hunters and other camp-,
era. . ' j
The National Forests, is pointed
out, contain Uie best hunting grounds
In the country, Tho number of gamo
animals Is .Increasing on account of
tho protection from forest Arcs and
illegal killing which is afforded by
Forest olTicers. On many of tho For
ests, deer, elk, mountain sheep and
other species aro fairly plentiful, while
small game Is usually abundant. Dear,
mountain lion, and other predatory
animals aro found on most of the For
ests and the killing of these mpat eat
food. Do you get as much Of era Is encouraged because they prey
this clothing and food trade as! on domestic stock and the herblvor-
you would like to have? Do ous same
you try to get more? Do you
mgr. When election : 'day, doefe
cbpSe, be prepared io past an lh-
r- ' - j ' riT
THEHIGH COST OF LIVING
.,' Tills is tho farmer's day, Now
jthe fanner can ah -or:' count on
ever tell the man or woman who
has never been in your store
what you have to sell? You
don't need to ,tell,your best.cus
tomer of the merits of youl
place of business, but you must
persuade the. person who, doep
not come to find out what you
have to' offer.
Ask the, man f WTib ha, tried
It longlenouto.nDIi; t$;
you whether it,pays. to. advertise
(Continued from Page One)
ear, it Is supposed. Most of the
states farther west are. Irrigated, and
The valuo of the Forests for hunt
ing grounds depends largely upon
whether they are protected from fire.
Forest fires destroy the range and
breeding places' of game and often
kill large numbers of . the animals
themselves, while a great many more
ar. driven out of,, tho country by tho
flame,?, Furthermore, streams flow:'
lngvthrqugh, iburnedigver areas are
sppjqct tpuch, ;extreme. variatJ.Qps ofj
fiqw.andPftQntS9 pjioked up wjth thpi
denQeltft.of sediment that fish canpot
Hve jn .them.
..Eax;h (year. se.es. nn Increase in the;
n.um,bw .of ..persons w,na. visit, the Na? j
tjonal .Forests fpr .bunting and ptbe.d
recreUnvpurpx)sesf .Every effort is
roadie, to encpu'rage ,this use of thp
Forests. Tho best,, Injllcatlqq,, of ,n
man's fitness to he' in the woods, the
wrnlg points, out, is the care which
he shows Unf 'h'ariallhg hro arms and
flr. None hut the most Inexperience
there plentiful crops, of .fruit, alfalfa : tqjderfopi wi'(f shoot wlthont getting',
and sugir beets were, found. a pafpi view of his .game, while tho
man who lets his campflre escape or
who cnrqleqaly drops a lighted match
Is Thrown From Horse;
Love Conrad, while at work at or'hpt, tobacco ashes betrays at onco
church and In leading a largo number
to tho Savior. He was called from his
pnstorugo at Monmouth to a professor
ship In tho Eugene Dlbfo University
n 1903. Ho has thus served as ono ot
tho most valuable instructors In tho
school for thirteen years.
"Ho link taught several of tho most
! Important subjects la out Dlblo col-
Uro. Nearly nlno years ago ho was
called to tho pasiorato ot tho Christ
Ian church In Springfield In connec
tion with his work in tho Blbto Uni
versity, He has thus served ns pas
tor there for over eight years. His
last sermon was preached in Spring
field Lordsday morning August 13.
tfe was lakoh suddenly 111 early
Saturday morning, AugUBt 19, wns
taVcn to the Eugene hospital and
i.i tit i went an opomtlon or acute
bcwcl trouble Ho depa;)l this lifo
beiwicn the hours of jlnu and ton
Lordsday morning, August 20.'
Joe Doyd, president oi li o student
body at tho Illblo linlvcrr 'ty spoko
in behalf of tho students. "Mr. Wig
mi re wns never too busy o bo np
p? H':hcd by some purplttxd student,"
said Mr. Iloyd. "His llfu Wil an in
spiration to ovory student. Ho mado
friends wtlh men in all walks of life,
who loved him even as wo loved him."
"Mr. Wigmoro had tho elements of
a remarkably fine .strong moldod char
acter," said President P. L. Campbell
of tho State University, "realizing that
the gospel work is the great gospel
of 1)1 o. It was his evident pleasure In
being able to render ono a service,
thus showing his beautiful kindliness
of disposition. We should let his own
works bear fruit in our lives."
Others who paid tribute to Mr. Wig
noro's me'm'ory vtori Victor Hovon.
vice president of tlio Dlblo University,
i. S. jfcCallum, arid D. C. K$Uems.
tlso of ho hlblo 'TInlvorslty.
imm FEDERAL 1ESEAVE SYSTEM OF BANKS jV
OVER ONE HUNDRED MILLIONS OF DOLLARS IN
GOLD WAS PUT UP BY THE "FEDERAL RESERVE"
SYSTEM OF BANKS, IN TWO.DAYS, AS. A BASIS ON
WHICH THE U. Sf GOVERNMENT ISSUES MONEY.
OUR BANK IS A MEMBER OF THIS ''FEDERAL
RESERVE" SYSTEM'. WE CAN TAKE OUR SECUR
ITIES TO OUR DISTRICT "FEDERAL RESERVE"
BANK AND GET MONEY.
YOU CAN GET YOUR MONEY WHEN YOU WANT
IT WHEN IT IS DEPOSITED IN, OUR BANK. ' '
BANK WITH US
WIFE BIS GROCERIES
The liouspYlfe UBunlly buys her groceries vhbro sho
(knpYA sho can .geUthe best and tho most (or her dollar.
Weu.wj buyoqr sioc,wjQget'tHo best 'ahd try t6 get gfo
t cories. tlunt wlhnj can atsavjngitd bur customers.
Tljp farmer's wfoi-kno.wthoviUfdO'ot'gpd'd groceries and
knoyvs tho vaIuo qf her produce that in why she afwayWcs'
,,to Slkes'. Grocory to do her trading. We tnko tho farm Jffb
r duce and, give the best values In groceries.
This Fifth Street Grocery
THOS. SIKES, PROP. PHONE 22
Why not savo and deposit In our Savings Department
one-twelfth Of your total taxes each month? By so dis
tributing tho tax burden over tho entire year, It will not
seem so heavy.
4 per cent on savings.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK', EUGENE, OREGON.
ZEPPELINS KILL 28 IN AIR RAID
(Continued .troraj rggo. 1.)
Seavoy's hop yard yesterday, was
bucked off tho horse ho was riding,
lauded on his left shoulder and rccciv.
ed a broken collarbone . Mr. Conrad
was brought to tho office of a local j
physician, and is now resting as well
his lgi)pranco of (he fundamental
principles of woodcraft.
P. H. Emerey Has Vegetable 8tory
Here's a story to hrlng the tear's to
your eyes, P. H. Emory, who lives
one and one half miles east of Sp'riiig
fleld, raised' 5407 pounds of'Prize
Tdker" onions oh a vioi o?' ground io
by 'ii teQt, Mr. Emery has rfgured" out
wi lujuwpum inuan is ions oi onions
t6 the acre. 1
qqtj90k hejtp imfftfrtas; targ Hfigj
"What Liberty Represents"
"Liberty" tho 20 chapter motion
picture serial which opens at the Doll
Theatre next Thursday, has been plan-
ned to captillzo tho martial spirit Midland
which is now sweeping tho U. S. A. in wero the principal localities, yislted;
17 merf, 8 women and 3 children kill
ed; 4b men, 37 womcri, and 17 child
ren injured. A considerable number
of smdll dwelling houses and shops
wero demolished and a number of fires
"Two factories sustained iinjury and
some empty railway trucks wero de
stroyed and tho permanent way slight
ly damaged in two places.
"No reports have been recolvod of
any military damage,"
An earlier statement, by Sir John
"Fourteen of 1G airships participat
ed in the attack on Croat Dritaln last
night Tho southeastern and oastorn
counties and Lincolnshire.
MfrqojaiAes, Ljns.u.PiFofi Huphf'i
- A., JHjJgb.es, npblican.,clubwas or-.
WlfflA a.t Mjircpia,, dnlgraU,
YT at - waft pijce iWanqajr.e.y, ,
IHPW.an,Pt tbWm ?ftfi4St0,'tbeJjtlj6 Bell Theatro oil Thursday, and on
possession of somo degreo of military
strength, tho renewed interest in the
spirit of "Liberty" ad tho power to
defend it, and tho particular attention
which 'Is being cast by every Amrl
canf to that pdr'tlon which Hos south of
the Rio Grande.
With these things in few Jacques'
,Jaccard has' wr'tlen perhaps one of
jtho' most timely' play's entitled!
"Liberty" 6r thef daughter" of tho U, 8.1
Tho, first1 episode will be shown at
following for 10
"An atack.on London, carried out by
two airships coming from tho south
east between 1 and 2 o'clock, and.ajsq,
by ono airship from the east, arriving
botween 12) and 1 a. m.
"Combs were, dropped,, howo.vor; In
tho southern and southeastern .dis
tricts of .'London, 28, persons boing, kill
"TWo pr-.thQ raiders,, wero brought.
d6wn In EsseXi, Both Wpro largo air,,
ships of new. Detenu
"Ono pl Abff rahjerfl ifeU.iln flWPPs
and was destroyed with . Us, pro ,Qf
22.. Ttuf dfllcarnnd men of tUo second
date- iii- our meth3d$ namar
Thp: old way was good.t
enough in its day,' but it is.
now dat of dafte
i . t
We aim to give your Print
ing the same upnto-dateness
that marks the difference be
tween "The New Way" and
"The Old Way."
This change in character, will make it a
tc'ejf projfta f;'a Bill of expense.
e'so!tcitia trial oj$qc,. "